We’re launching our second season of Popular Podagogy with Steven Gottlieb, Director of the Boundless School, self-professed teen whisperer, and the keynote at the Queen’s University Faculty of Education’s upcoming Knowledge Forum Conference. Gottlieb shares his approach to teaching, his experiences working at the Boundless School, and how a Seinfeld episode illustrates part of his approach to teaching. Music by Jazzy French & CreativeMinds – Bensound.com
In this episode Alison Cummings – instructor and designer of CTE’s Intercultural Educators Training Program (IETP) and Training Coordinator for Queen’s University Human Resources – discusses intercultural education, the importance of self-reflection, and tips for teachers on accommodating diversity in their classrooms.
Hear Dr. Ben Bolden talk to us about his love of podcasts (and how to bring them into the classroom), how he uses music and emotion in his research, the joy of composing music, and how he supports arts education through his UNESCO Chair in Arts and Learning.
Hear recent B.Ed. graduate Caroline Reid reflect on life as a B.Ed. student, her alternative practicum at the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation, and her experience with the Teacher Overseas Recruitment Fair (TORF) and Options that led to her first teaching job in Sweden.
Featuring special guests Dr. Rebecca Luce-Kapler and Dr. Dennis Sumara Friday, December 7th, 2018 Listen to Dr. Rebecca Luce-Kapler, Dean of the Queen’s Faculty of Education and Dr. Dennis Sumara, Dean of the Werklund School of Education as they discuss the past, present, and future of teaching on the eve of the Faculty’s 50th Anniversary Conference.
Featuring special guest Brian Aspinall Friday, November 9th, 2018 Teacher, author of Code Breaker, and professional speaker with three TEDx talks, Brian Aspinall, joins us to talk about celebrating and embracing failure to encourage kids to take risks, how to integrate coding as a tool for learning, his favourite app Twiducate, and a new book that he is writing.
Joining us in the studio: Harmony Club, and educational musical collective! From alternative practicum to full-fledged initiative, learn how tune-making can demonstrate how to educate through music — all under the ethos of “How to be Awesome.” Find them on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/theharmonyclubkingston/
In this episode, Queen’s M.Ed. student Sawyer Hogenkamp shares valuable advice for anyone starting their masters, and discusses the Queen’s graduate community, his 3-Minute Thesis, and his research on bullying and school buses.
Queen’s AQ instructor Paul Hannah stops by the CFRC studio to discuss how he became a teacher, his time at Queen’s, how education has changed over time and his classroom confession.
In this episode Kristy Timmons stopped by to talk about how she keeps busy in Kingston, play-based learning, self-regulation strategies, and the importance of small and large group activities in early childhood education. Music: JazzyFrench & CreativeMinds – Bensound.com